Teaching automatons? Looking at the what and why instead of the how | missdcox

If you put some teachers in a room to discuss what they think is good teaching they will probably be referencing one of two things: their ITE Course (school direct, PGCE etc) or what the school/s they’ve taught in have told them is how they’re going to do it. They will discuss the processes they’re … More Teaching automatons? Looking at the what and why instead of the how | missdcox

Teaching automatons? Looking at the what and why instead of the how | missdcox

If you put some teachers in a room to discuss what they think is good teaching they will probably be referencing one of two things: their ITE Course (school direct, PGCE etc) or what the school/s they’ve taught in have told them is how they’re going to do it. They will discuss the processes they’re … More Teaching automatons? Looking at the what and why instead of the how | missdcox

Guest post: My approach in using cognitive psychology in teaching | missdcox

My approach in using cognitive psychology in teaching Raejohn Shiplee Right before I start I need to let you know this is a work in progress. I have tried to read up about cognitive psychology as I want to use research to guide me in my decisions for my teaching, ultimately to improve my student’s … More Guest post: My approach in using cognitive psychology in teaching | missdcox

Teachers Love Learning Too | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

Should it come as a surprise that teachers love to learn?  “Every teacher needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better.” – Dylan William It’s clear by the way teachers sign themselves up for evening TeachMeets, weekend debates, Pedagoo events, ResearchEd, T&L Takeovers and Education Festivals that many … More Teachers Love Learning Too | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

Guest post: My approach in using cognitive psychology in teaching | missdcox

My approach in using cognitive psychology in teaching Raejohn Shiplee Right before I start I need to let you know this is a work in progress. I have tried to read up about cognitive psychology as I want to use research to guide me in my decisions for my teaching, ultimately to improve my student’s … More Guest post: My approach in using cognitive psychology in teaching | missdcox